Jared Owen writes:
I first learn about the Titanic in grade school - ever since then it has always fascinated me! I've watch a TON of documentaries but non of them really give a full 3D tour of the ship. So I decided to do it myself😁 I bought a good 3d model but then I had to create the inside with all 10 of the decks! I modeled the walls, furniture, and machinery. I obviously didn't capture every single detail but I got most of the major ones! Almost 3 months of hard work. A lot of fun, but I'm ready for a nap now😂 Enjoy and please share with me what you think!
Your video of the Titanic was a great thing to stumble upon. I am currently doing a similar project of the old sailing ship, the HMS Victory. I was hoping for more of a video on HOW you approached this project, how you organized your files and folders, I assume within Blender, and what did you use to structure the compositing for the animation. I was going to comment on your YouTube channel but seeing how many people replied there I realized that you probably would not see my post or have time to reply.
I am primarily a modeler in Blender so the animation and rigging and compositing and preparing for export into something like Unreal Engine are my new learning hurdles.
I am 74 and this is my retirement project for the next few years. I can use all the pointers and advice anyone can offer me. I was an illustrator for over 50 years.
Whether or not you can take the time to offer me any advice on organizing etc, I just want to say, "nice job" on the Titanic build and video. I enjoyed it and it gave me a number of ideas. Thanks Jared.
The time when fake funnels made the ship appear more hi-tech and faster.
Hi Jared, when I download your youtube video "What's inside Titanic" the explaining text is always in Portugese, tried everything to get it in English without succes, what can there be done about this ??